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Equatorial Guinea, a power point by Ally Hammett
Transcript of Equatorial Guinea, a power point by Ally Hammett
Equatorial Guinea Religión de Guinea Equatorial The constitution of Equatorial Guinea states that they have freedom of religion but the Government is sensitive to criticism and doesn’t condone religious discussion. The Government requires religious groups to obtain permission for any activity that takes place outside of the designated worshiping point. The dominant religion in Equatorial Guinea is Roman Catholicism, about 60% of the population is roman Catholic, 25% is Christian, 10% are pagan, and 5% are other. There is a diverse range of religion in Equatorial Guinea. Now Please enjoy some music of Equatorial Guinea! Fuentes Works Cited
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